The person, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the team had not made any announcements about Williams, said Monday there was "nothing definite" about Williams returning to the Redskins but that Williams and the team's general manager, Bruce Allen, continue to work toward a potential agreement.
And, in a way, nothing has. Campbell, who has traveled to the annual college football all-star game for the better part of the last three decades, did so again with the same title and the same responsibilities the Washington Redskins have provided him since 2008. As the team's director of player personnel, he's the lead collegiate scout, even as Jay Gruden has become the Redskins‘ coach.
This is the first in a series of looks at the Washington Redskins rookies. We'll start with second-round pick David Amerson, who served as the Redskins' No. 3 corner all season behind DeAngelo Hall and Josh Wilson. Amerson would enter in nickel situations with Wilson shifting to the slot.
The Redskins will have a tough time recovering from a 3-13 season, especially with a first-year head coach in Jay Gruden. But it's one that a number of other teams have done, including five teams since the 2006 season.
With three of their top four cornerbacks set to become free agents the Redskins will almost certainly be in the market for a free agent corner. Here are five that may fit the Redskins' needs and budget.
Major update this week reflecting a lot of movement from the East West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl, as well as some further study on some juniors who declared.